“Twelve To The Moon” is one of those films. It’s built on a total lack of understanding of what we already knew about space, at the time it was made. It’s a throw-back to Science Fiction concepts of the 30s and before. It’s a solidly “B” movie and was released as such, alongside “Battle In Outer Space.”
Featuring all the classically-bad devices of a 50s Sci Fi film: Spacesuit that look about as airtight as cheesecloth, a ship that’s roomier than most NYC apartments, and an atmosphere on a Moon we knew didn’t have one for 100 years before this film was conjured up for tens of dollars.